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Category Archives: wireless
The great war between Sirius satellite radio (SIRI) and the Wireless Communications System Coalition has taken another interesting turn as the Federal Communications Commission ponders whether to lift the price caps the FCC imposed on Sirius as a condition for … finish reading Wireless broadband coalition: lift satellite radio price caps if Sirius gets off our back
The Federal Communications Commission has issued an Order creating “rules of the road” for the Internet. They require transparency and prohibit the blocking of content. They also ban “unreasonable discrimination” for wireline providers, but give wireless broadband a free pass. … finish reading New FCC net neutrality rules good for Internet radio? Probably not
I very reluctantly just retired my Palm Pre smartphone due to abysmal battery life and a series of hardware issues. In its place is now a HTC EVO, which sports faster 4G connectivity on Sprint and the Android OS instead … finish reading Listening to FM radio on the HTC EVO smartphone
If you were hoping that the longstanding feud between Sirius XM and holders of wireless spectrum in the 2.3 MHz band was over, well, it appears that it isn’t. Sirius XM (SIRI) has filed a Petition for Partial Reconsideration with … finish reading Sirius XM asks FCC to reconsider its new wireless rules
It’s the rumor that won’t die. Last November the blogosphere was alive with reports that iPhones have a latent FM radio built-in, just waiting to be turned on by Apple. However, the new iPhone 4 is on the streets and … finish reading Is radio really the next killer app for smartphones?
The Federal Communications Commission has announced that it will issue a Report and Order with coexistence rules for Sirius XM (SIRI) and the Wireless Communications Services band at its next Open Commission meeting, scheduled for May 20: “WCS-SDARS Report and Order: … finish reading Decision time coming for Sirius XM vs. WCS bands
The great accusation fest which is the struggle between Sirius XM (SIRI) satellite radio and a host of wireless companies went to its next round on Friday, with Sirius accusing the companies of “warehousing” their licenses nearby the service’s bandwidth: … finish reading Sirius XM accuses wireless companies of "warehousing" spectrum next door to satellite radio
Next Tuesday the Federal Communications Commission will reveal the entirety of its National Broadband Plan, over a year in the making. Required by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, which authorized $7.2 billion in broadband stimulus spending, The Plan will … finish reading Rough notes: What does the FCC's National Broadband Plan mean for radio?
Last month the Federal Communications Commission announced new rules that will give Native Americans “tribal priority” when it comes to applying for radio licenses. Now the agency may extend that principle to wireless licenses as well. Here’s what FCC Chair … finish reading FCC may use "tribal priority" radio model to bring wireless to Indian country
As Federal Communications Commission watchers everywhere know, a huge part of the agency’s strategy to build out the nation’s broadband infrastructure will be to get more spectrum licenses to the wireless industry. In fact, FCC Chair Julius Genachowski says the … finish reading Will the FCC's National Broadband Plan resolve Sirius XM's little war with big wireless?